Live in Bratislava

by Fabrizio Paterlini

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Hardo What should I say: The music touched me!
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suckerpunch72 If a classic album apears in my metal, postrock and punk drenched Bandcamp feed, I have to check it out - glad I did. Beautiful work! Favorite track: Carpathian mountains (Live).
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kadees Ich hätte niemals gedacht, dass mich simple Klaviermusik so faszinieren kann, denn normalerweise kann ich mit dem, was man unter dem Etikett „Neo-Classical“ oder „zeitgenössische Klaviermusik“ an den Mann gebracht wird, nichts anfangen.
Paterlini ist anders, originell, er hat einen eigenen Stil und seine Musik entspringt einer bemerkenswerten Musikalität. Favorite track: On the sky, the planets and everything above us (Live).
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Alexander Borro Simplicity, yet so touching. Minimalism at it's best.

The whole album is superb though. Picking a favourite is like picking a nice apple out of many apples in a tray where all of them are great to begin with :D Favorite track: Midsummer tiny song (Live).
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Edward Razler Several reasons why its good:
1. You can tell its a live recording because the applause and the "thank yous" are left in. I like this in recordings, hearing all the applause.

2. It does a great job merging old and new as it states in the description.

3. They don't sound like a film score. Too much classical nowadays sounds like a cute soundtrack or something but this does not fall into this cliche. I think that is refreshing for once. Favorite track: On the sky, the planets and everything above us (Live).
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Joshdw Every time Fabrizio releases a new piece of music, I instantely fall in love. There are very few musicians that impress me so much as he does. If you are interested in hearing some of the most lovely piano pieces on bandcamp, look no further, Fabrizio has got your back. This album is another masterpiece! Favorite track: Week #5 (Live).
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As you probably know, I do not perform live that often. But when I do, i give all myself on the stage.

This recording has been taken on June 30th 2015, in Bratislava in a beautiful, somehow magical hall, the National Radio Slovak Hall.

What I like about this concert is that it perfectly represents my music: what I have been doing, the piano solo, the strings and all my beloved melancholy i try to put in notes. But it also gives a glimpse on what i am exploring these days: live electronics, sequencing old synths, drum machines, all together with my piano.

This record is a "bridge" somehow, between what I have been doing in the past and the territories I am exploring right now. I hope you will enjoy it.

Some notes on some on the previously unreleased tracks:

- Always Let It Go: it's an improvised piece of music, which now is quite often the opening song of my concerts.
For all you music-gears-nerd out there, the main loop of the song has been taken sequencing my vintage ARP Odyssey.

- Carpathian Mountains: this song has been composed thinking of the concert I was going to held in Bratislava. It's a new piano solo piece (yes, I am still composing piano solos!) and it's inspired by the beauty of the Slovakia's Capital.

- One Way: this is the main theme of my first official OST. It will be included in the "One Way" movie, directed by Aaron Thomas which hopefully will see the ligth in 2016, together with my OST album.

- Untitled (Lost Letters): not exactly an unreleased piece of music, since it belongs to my "Morning Sketches" EP, but for the first time on an "official" record. It is deeply linked to the following one - these two pieces of music represents the past and the present of my exploration in music.

- On the sky, the planets and everything above us: I am playing all the instruments I have on stage on this one.

- As far as I know: bonus track, unreleased track. The first I composed by mixing live electronics to my piano.

- Summer nights (reprise): another piano solo piece, developed following the leading harmonic texture of Summer Nights.

- Autumn Stories Suite: both the CD and the Vinyl version of this Suite are not interrupted, while playing. The intent is to bring what I believe are the best episodes of my Autumn Stories album to let the audience feel the Autumn Season, even if we were (in that case) in plain Summer. I have re-arranged Week #3, Week #10 and Week #12 and they sound different (hopefully better) than the original ones.


released December 4, 2015

Live recordings of the concert held in Bratislava at the National Slovak Radio Hall on June 30th, 2015.
Tracks 1, 2, 5, 7 and 10 are previously unreleased

Fabrizio Paterlini - Piano, synthetizers and live electronics

Pavel Bogacz jr. - violin
Martin Petrík - viola
Karolína Hurayová - cello
Electronics in track 8 and 19 by London-DC

Recorded Live by Sap Sound (Stanislav Parízek)
Mixed and mastered by Carlo Cantini at Digitube Studio
Photos by Rudolf Baranovič
Artwork by Eugenio Ormas


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Fabrizio Paterlini Mantova

It is fitting that composer and pianist Fabrizio Paterlini was born and lives in the ancient northern Italian city of Mantua.

A romantic and historically significant centre of musical and artistic excellence, the city’s elegance and cultural depth permeate Paterlini’s exquisite original solo piano compositions.
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